International Contemporary & Modern Art Fair

December 2 - 7, 2014
Exhibitor listing

David Richard Gallery

544 South Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
United States
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Max and Teri Almy-Yarbrow
Biography : Teri Yarbrow and Max Almy are Emmy, AFI and NEA award winning internationally exhibited video and installation artists known for pushing the boundaries of art and technology. Their complex installations seamlessly combine video, constructed surfaces, painting, digital imagery, flat screens and video projection to create dramatic, mesmerizing artworks. The newest creations are mandala-like multi-media pieces that incorporate flat screens behind large water jet-cut, patinated copper circles, on to which moving digital images are projected that spill on to the wall and span a diameter of 72 inches. Their works have been featured in major museums, festivals, screenings and collections throughout the world including: Museum of Modern Art, New York; New Museum, New York; Whitney Museum, New York; The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles; Ars Electronica, Austria; SIGGRAPH; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Holland; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France; among others.
Sally Anderson

Leon Berkowitz

Michele Bubacco

Judy Chicago

John Connell
Biography : John Connell was born in Atlanta and studied at Brown University in Providence in the late 1950s. He then moved to New York and studied at the Art Students League and New York University before moving to San Francisco in the mid-1960s. Eventually relocating to the Southwest, he lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico for most of his career. His artwork is included in many public and private collections, including The Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York; The Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas; The Harwood Museum, Taos, New Mexico; The Hess Collection, Napa Valley, California; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York; Museum of Albuquerque, NM; New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe; and Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona, among others. Detailed Description :
The content of John Connell’s art was very much inspired by nature, Zen philosophies and wabi-sabi concepts of transience, while his visual approach echoed that of the Arte Povera movement in Europe. Paintings, collages, drawings and sculptures created with a variety of materials, including paint, tar, gravel, paper, wood, textiles, pure pigment, iron oxide, glue and ink on a variety of supports will be presented. His very long scrolls of meditation-inspired figures created with spray paint on a wide range of papers in the early 1980s—early examples and prefiguring graffiti and Street Art—will also be exhibited. The elegant shapes of the figures and nearly exact proportions demonstrated his skill as a figurative painter. More than technical skills, these works demonstrated Connell’s creative genius, his passion for scale and spontaneity and living in the moment. He was a keen observer of not only nature, but also people, with an innate ability to capture mere gestures that evoke an entire understanding of a being or situation. Connell was a true abstract artist, focusing on just the essence through reductive approaches, simplifying both process and materials and conveying the maximum information with the greatest economy of means. His use of detritus and ephemera furthers the notion of temporality and mortality in life and the renewal process in nature, from form to ashes and back to form again, a continuum and infinite. Connell’s art making practice also maps to Institutional Critique as he challenged not only the definition of painting and art in general, but also where and how art was viewed. He painted on roofing underlayment, craft paper and paper bags and used wire, rags, wood and other non-conventional objects, such as clam shells—mostly from personal experiences—for his sculptures and collages. His exhibitions frequently included paintings and drawings unframed and pinned to the wall. The place and apparatus of presentation was less importa
Peter Demos

Fred Eversley

Gabriele Evertz

Lilly Fenichel

Beverly Fishman

Allan Graham

Gloria Graham
Biography : Gloria Graham’s art making practice explores interactions at the molecular, physical and metaphysical levels with a focus on ephemera and the ethereal captured through her camera lens and drawings. She has had many solo exhibitions and her artwork included in numerous group exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Houston, Marfa, Buffalo, Denver, Verona, IT, Lugano, Switzerland and Japan. Her artwork is included in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art (NY), The Lannan Foundation, The Broida Foundation, Albright Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, NY), Museum of Fine Arts (Houston, TX), The Panza Collection, Museo Cantonale d’ Arte (Lugano, Switzerland), Harwood Museum of Art (Taos, NM), Denver Art Museum (CO), Roswell Museum and Art Center (NM), North Dakota Museum of Art (Grand Forks, ND), Albuquerque Museum (NM) and Museum of Fine Arts (Santa Fe, NM). Graham studied at U. California, Berkeley and Baylor University with graduate studies at U. Wisconsin and U. New Mexico. She lives and works in New Mexico.
Tom Green

Christian Haub

Ward Jackson

Matthew Kluber

Tadasky Kuwayama

Ted Larsen

Tom Martinelli

Matthew Penkala
Biography : Mathew Penkala, a Los Angeles-based artist, received his BFA in Photography from Arizona State University and MFA in Painting from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He has had several solo exhibitions and his artwork included in many group exhibitions in Los Angeles, Santa Fe, Detroit and Phoenix. His work is included in numerous private and public collections, including the Neiman Marcus Collection, Houston, Texas; Maxine and Stuart Frankel Collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan; and Daimler-Chrysler Permanent Collection, Southfield, Michigan, among others.
Ted Pim

Paul Reed

Paul Reed
Biography : Paul Reed is a native of Washington, D.C. and taught at the Corcoran School of Art. Reed’s professional debut was in a group show in 1958 at the Watkins Gallery, American University in Washington, D.C. His career was solidified following the 1965 exhibition, The Washington Color Painters, curated by Gerald Nordland at the Washington Gallery of Modern Art that featured Reed along with Gene Davis, Howard Mehring, Thomas Downing, Kenneth Noland and Morris Louis. Since then he has had numerous solo exhibitions and his artwork included in many group and museum exhibitions. Reed’s artwork is included in the permanent collections of many museums including: the Phillips Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, National Gallery East, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and the Smithsonian Museum of American Art, all in Washington, D.C., Detroit Institute of Art, Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Dallas Museum of Art, High Museum of Art (Atlanta), San Francisco Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago, among others.
Richard Roth

Meridel Rubenstein
Biography : Meridel Rubenstein began her professional career in the mid 1970’s, evolving from photographer of single photographic images to multi-media artist of large-scale installations. From the beginning her art making has argued for an awareness of how we are connected to place. Her works are known for their unusual combinations of materials and ideas as seen in the work Oppenheimer’s Chair. Here a transparent photographic armored sentry figure guards a glass house filled with white sand. A ghost tree, sandblasted onto the back wall, frames a glass chair upon which video imagery is projected, all suggesting the shedding of defensive postures. Commissioned for the 1st Site Santa Fe International Biennial in 1995, this seminal work marked the 50th anniversary of the first atomic test at Trinity, the date on which the Biennial opened. Underlying all that she creates, is a sense of possibility, of the visual beauty and richness of the natural world. Her newest work Eden Turned on its Side focuses on intersections of nature and culture in relationship to ecological and social imbalance. After millennia of destruction, can Eden be restored?
Gabriel J. Shuldiner

Jack Slentz

Julian Stanczak

Robert Swain

Leo Valledor

June Wayne
Biography : June Wayne was a painter, lithographer, writer and filmmaker. She was best known for establishing the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles in the early 1960s and reviving lithography as a critical form of art making. Wayne always pushed the edges of the envelope and loved to explore alternative materials, supports and artistic practices that had been overlooked, forgotten or not critically considered by others. Detailed Description :
June Wayne, "Tapestries" David Richard Gallery is pleased to exclusively represent and offer for sale for the first time in several decades the 16 tapestries produced from 1970 through 1974 in France by the legendary artist June Wayne. The tapestries were based upon lithographs produced by Wayne, featuring her contemporary images in a historic medium and artistic practice, and were recently exhibited in Chicago at the Art Institute of Chicago, June Wayne's Narrative Tapestries: Tidal Waves, DNA, and the Cosmos, November 3, 2010–May 15, 2011. June Wayne was a painter, lithographer, writer and filmmaker. She was best known for establishing the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles in the early 1960s and reviving lithography as a critical form of art making. Wayne always pushed the edges of the envelope and loved to explore alternative materials, supports and artistic practices that had been overlooked, forgotten or not critically considered by others.
Suzan Woodruff

Sanford Wurmfeld


Founded in 2010
David Eichholtz   Director / Manager
Richard Barger   Director / Manager
David Richard Gallery, a contemporary art gallery, has produced museum quality exhibitions that feature Post War abstraction. The presentations have addressed specific decades, geographies as well as certain movements and tendencies from the 1960s through 1980s. The gallery has produced retrospective group and solo exhibitions, which have included renown figures such as Richard Anuszkiewicz, Wall Batterton, Billy Al Bengston, Leon Berkowitz, Judy Chicago, Beverly Fishman, Tom Green, Tom Holland, Ward Jackson, Paul Reed, Roland Reiss, Oli Sihvonen, Julian Stanczak, Tadasky, and Sanford Wurmfeld. While the David Richard Gallery has long been recognized as an important proponent of post-1960s abstraction - including both the influential pioneers as well as a younger generation of practitioners in this field - in keeping with this spirit of nurture and development the gallery presents established and very new artists whose approaches to the making of art embrace more gestural abstraction and contemporary figurative art.
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